Impact of the Smart Grid will provide a comprehensive understanding of the overall business impacts to those making decision surrounding implementing, governing, and operating the smart grid itself.
This course covers the social aspects of the smart grid along with the effect the smart grid will have on the energy industry. The smart grid will have a far reaching impact- including on cyber security, federal/NERC standards, and Information Technology (IT) - not to mention on the men and women who already work in energy. Some of the business impacts discussed will include: financial implications; emissions implications; assessing, weighing, and managing risk; customer knowledge and perspective regarding the smart grid; utility employee knowledge requirement changes; and methods to produce a quality business plan for a smart grid project.
This course focuses on the following:
As an online, self-study course, you can learn anytime, anywhere. With approximately 10 to 12 hours of content, 1 CEU (Continuing Education Credit) is offered.
An additional 10% discount is available for annual company enrollments of 100 or more. Contact EPCE if your company is interested.